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Thread: How to make a drawstring, two pocket bag using 2 squares

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    Here is a close up picture of how close you get to the casing line.
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    Nice tute. Thanks for taking the time to do this for us!!
    Nice fabric choises for the bag!

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    Now you are going to make the bottom of the bag by folding the edge and stitching 1 inch from the corner.

    You can play around with different measurements but be careful that your pocket flaps don't extend too far down.

    Stitch/tack the corner into the side seam, then turn right side out.
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    Here is your hidden pocket. There will be one on each side!
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    Almost finished!

    Take your cording and cut it in half. Make sure you tape the ends so that it doesn't unravel. Using a safety pin, run the cording through the casing.
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    And your bag is finished!

    Pockets on both sides!
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    NP3 this is a wonderful tutorial. I have seen others 'out there' with the same bag but I will say that yours is much better tutorial and your pictures are explicit.
    Thank you so much for your time and effort with this project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeNana
    NP3 this is a wonderful tutorial. I have seen others 'out there' with the same bag but I will say that yours is much better tutorial and your pictures are explicit.
    Thank you so much for your time and effort with this project.
    Thanks! I am a visual learner and I hate it when there aren't enough pictures.

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    Thank you for sharing np3 !!!

    It is such a cute bag !!! :-D

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    Thank you for this tutorial :D:D:D

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